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Mount smokes Smithfield, 11-0

December 4, 2010

Brian Campbell, foreground, is one of many scoring threats on this year's Mount St. Charles hockey team.

SMITHFIELD – After two games of the young season, Mount St. Charles has outscored its opponents by a 21-0 margin.
“We’ve got some firepower,” Mount coach Dave Belisle admitted after the Mounties blanked Smithfield 11-0 on Saturday night. “We have a great first line. But what we’ve also found out is this team has a lot of depth.”
The usual suspects did most of the early scoring for Mount. Zach Samborsky, Brian Campbell and Trevor Plante got their goals, although Plante netted just one after scoring seven in Friday’s 10-0 romp over Barrington.
The Mounties also got three goals from Callan Morisseau. Brian Belisle chipped in with a goal and four assists.
Campbell and Samborsky scored two goals apiece while keying the first line with their pal Plante.
Mount outshot Smithfield, 49-17. The defending state champs will return to action on Saturday night when they face Lincoln in a 7 p.m. game at Thayer Arena in Warwick.
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MSC 4 – 3 – 4 – 11
Smithfield 0 – 0 – 0 – 0
First period: 1. Zach Samborsky (Trevor Plante), 2:28; 2. Brian Campbell (Brian Belisle, Dom Robero), pp.,5:05; 3. Callan Morisseau (Ryan Berard), 5:55; 4. Zach Samborsky (Shamus Maloney, Trevor Plante), pp, 10:47.
Second period: 5. Callan Morisseau (Brian Belisle, Mike Magerman), 2:40; 6. Derek Duschesne (Shamus Maloney, Brian Belisle), 4:56; 7. Brian Campbell (Derek Duschesne, Ben Hanbanyan), 8:35.
Third period: 8. Zach Samborsky (Trevor Plante, Mike Magerman), 8:04; 9. Callan Morriseau (Brian Belisle, Brandon Theroux), 9:00; 10. Brian Belisle (Callan Morriseau, Dom Robero), 11:28; 11. Trevor Plante (Zach Samborsky, Mike Magerman), 12:44.
Shots on goal: MSC 49, Smithfield 17.
Goalie saves: Dan Foster (MSC) 17.

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